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Intuitively we know that most of the time training interventions fail to create real change and get the desired results.

The brain does not like to change. Findings in cognitive neuroscience cement the need for an ongoing support process after learning so that training really makes the difference we all strive for.

In this interview we hear from Colleen Lightbody, Managing Director of Neuroleadership Africa. Colleen and I dissected the links between neuroscience and learning, and explored why the transfer of learning is crucial from a cognitive point of view. Colleen’s knowledge is remarkable, and of course I was excited to learn that my instinctual beliefs in the importance of learning transfer are truly backed up by science…

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